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i had the similar problem with my G480 it was not connecting to any network and keep giving me message "can't connect to this network" at the end i saw a YouTube video and one of the solution it suggested was to re install Lenovo power management software dose not make much sense but it did the trick update : seems i have jumped the gun next morning i had ...


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I found that (with Firefox) going to settings - advanced - network, setting it to no proxy did the trick. FAST TO FIND AND LOAD PAGES NOW.


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I found the solution for myself with numerous Hit & trials It was the problem with my IP Settings, i configured them along with the DNS settings, now everything is working fine....


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Problem solved by changing ISP's router. It was terrible. I recommend buying SurfBoard SB6121 + any TPlink wireless router.


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Did you upgrade the operating system (OS) recently? I've read a number of reports of people experiencing such problems after an OS upgrade. E.g., from the MacRumors article Some OS X Yosemite Users Plagued With Wi-Fi Connection Issues. The problems appear to be affecting a wide range of different MacBooks, different routers, and users in different ...


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We were running into this issue in the office where I work. Our work-around was to make use of an HDMI to DisplayPort adapter like this:


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Okay so I was lucky and got it fixed by having my ISP reset and restore my router so I guess there was a software malfunction of some sort. Perhaps also because I bought new hardware with a new NIC. I noticed my DHCP Lease expire exactly on the hour and caused the disconnection. Then a new one was set and only lasted the next hour etc. After my ISP had done ...


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Several articles related to the Event Error 8033 indicate updating drivers on the network cards can assist in resolving this issue. This article has some added info. The systems are trying to establish which computer will assume master browser role. Others suggest a firmware update on the router can also address the issue. Are the NIC drivers up to ...


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I think I know what this might be, as I have been getting the exact same thing on my new Netbook and it has been driving me crazy. Every 30 minutes, regular as clockwork. Are you using WPA-PSK ? I am. On my Zyxel router there is a setting "ReAuthentication Timer (In Seconds) " and this defaults to 1800 ( 30 minutes ). Sure enough, if I change ...


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Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center. Right click Local Area Connection. Click Properties. Enable Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). Click OK. Open a cmd prompt. Type ipconfig /renew. Test your internet.



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